Jacqueline Shaw

Jacqueline Shaw is an architectural designer and the founder of Studio Euonym, a research and design practice based in Providence. Her research is currently focused on constructs of value in the context of historical architecture, artifacts, archives and systems of evaluation. Most recently, the work has considered ways in which acts of historic preservation could exist as re-evaluative rather than additive processes. 

Shaw received her MArch with distinction from the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and a BFA in Interior Design from California State University, Long Beach. Her thesis project, go(slow)gas up, studied the dismantling of everyday practices through site-specific installations and the individual experience of architectural details. Shaw’s work has been published in Dimensions, Ampersand, Surface and The Wall Street Journal. She has over 10 years of professional experience in New York City and Detroit as an associate at SPAN Architecture and the practices of Jaklitsch/Gardner Architects, now known as Stephen Burks Man Made and M1/DTW.

Spring 2023

ARCH-2102-02 Architectural Design
ARCH-2352-02 Advanced Topics In Architectural Theory
  • Jacqueline Shaw
  • Schiller Family Assistant Professorship in Race in Art and Design
    Assistant Professor of Architecture
  • jshaw02@risd.edu
  • 401-454-6281
  • BFA, California State University
  • MARC, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor